It's Labor Day Weekend, the unofficial end to Summer, which likely means several you'll be participating in one last hurrah before looking ahead to Fall. To make sure you, and everyone else, parties safely, the Indiana State Police have announced they'll be setting up a sobriety checkpoint somewhere in Gibson County over the weekend.

ISP Public Information Officer, Sergeant Todd Ringle tweeted the announcement of the checkpoint Friday morning on Twitter.

By design, the exact location or time of the checkpoint will not be revealed in advance. It's hard to catch drunk drivers if they avoid the area.

Police also encourage drivers to call 911 anytime they see a driver they believe to be impaired.

Of course, if you intend on enjoying some Labor Day Weekend festivities, have a plan to get home before you start; whether that's assigning a designated driver, or call a cab. And don't forget, Logan's Promise is offering their Free Cab Ride Home program all weekend long for Gibson County residents, as well as those who live in Vanderburgh, Warrick, and Posey Counties.

[Source: Sergeant Todd Ringle via Twitter]